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THE COLUMBIA BASIN BULLETIN: Weekly Fish and Wildlife News
April 17, 2015
Issue No. 745
Table of Contents

* USFWS Grants Corps One-Year Depredation Permit To Begin Culling Columbia Estuary Cormorants

* Upper Deschutes Basin Reintroduction: Steelhead Seen Spawning Upstream Of Lake Billy Chinook

* Researchers Find Quick, Efficient Way To Establish Presence/Absence Of Pacific Lamprey For Population Surveys

* Study: Contaminants Found In Pacific Lamprey Could Be Contributing To Population Decline

* As Spring Chinook Return Gathers Steam, Sea Lion Numbers In Bonneville Dam Tailrace Far Above Average

* All Members Of NW Congressional Delegation Sign Letter Urging Obama To Initiate Negotiations On Columbia River Treaty

* Fishery Managers Announce Columbia River Fall Salmon Seasons: Projected Returns, 925,000 Fall Chinook, 540,000 Coho

* Confederated Salish/Kootenai Tribes’ Water Rights Compact Legislation Clears Montana Legislature

* Independent Science Panel Reviews White Sturgeon Hatchery Management Plan For Columbia, Snake Rivers

* Volunteer Anglers Help IDFG Collect Steelhead Broodstock For South Fork Clearwater

* NOAA Releases 2014 Status Of U.S. Fisheries, Says Number Of Overfished Domestic Stocks Reduced

* El Nino Predictions Could Be Improved By Considering WWBs * Westerly Wind Bursts

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